Aegate meets ISO information security standard

Pharmaceutical authentication company Aegate has been awarded ISO 27001 status by the International Organization for Standardization, recognising the security of its information processes.

ISO 27001 certification requires that companies meet an information security management system (ISMS) standard, in other words that information security controls are organised and under firm control.  The requirements include measures such as routine risk and vulnerability assessments and continuous process improvements, with annual audits to check compliance.

In a statement, Aegate said: "business continuity and contingency plans, data back-up procedures, avoidance of viruses and hackers, access control to systems and information security incident reporting are fundamental to this policy."

Aegate offers point-of-dispensing authentication technology and systems which have been implemented in Belgium, Greece and Italy.

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